Technical Aspects of Film Scoring: Logic

COURSE 1h 58m intermediate Intermediate • 3 videos
Author: Chris Fitzgerald
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[/MM_Access_Decision] Used by Coldplay, T-Pain, Foster The People, and The Killers, Logic is a music production powerhouse. It’s also more accessible than ever with the new Logic Pro X release from Apple priced at $199. Logic has powerful film scoring features, including video syncing, SMPTE time code support, variable frame rate, and a complex tempo calculation tool. No prior film scoring experience is necessary. Students are recommended to own or have access to a computer with MIDI sequencing and audio recording software to complete the course challenges.

Multi Instruments in Logic Pro 9

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Behind the Scenes of a Film Score MIDI Mockup

1h 12m intermediate Intermediate
Author: Chris Fitzgerald

Being able to deliver a realistic-sounding, orchestral MIDI mockup is a critical skill to have, in order to stand out from the crowd as a film composer. Whether it's a mockup to give the director the gist of a cue before going to the recording stage, or the end product in itself, a full-scale orchestral cue can be done 100% "in the box". In this webinar we dissect an orchestral mockup.

The Film Scoring Challenge: Logic vs. Digital Performer

47m 21s intermediate Intermediate
Author: Chris Fitzgerald

Two powerhouse DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations), Logic and Digital Performer each pack a punch! Both widely in use by film composers, in this webinar we take a look at the benefits they each have to offer.

How to Score a Film Scene

58m 21s beginner Beginner
Author: Chris Fitzgerald

Scoring a film scene is easier than you think! In this webinar we will analyze a short scene and discuss how music should function, technical aspects for scoring the scene, then compose and sequence music for the scene.